Voters With Disabilities Worry About Their Ability To Cast Ballots In Wisconsin : The NPR Politics Podcast A court case has some voters with disabilities worried that they will not be able to rely on family or caretakers for help casting a vote without breaking the law, despite federal protections.

This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, political reporter Barbara Sprunt, and voting reporter Miles Parks.

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Voters With Disabilities Worry About Their Ability To Cast Ballots In Wisconsin

Voters With Disabilities Worry About Their Ability To Cast Ballots In Wisconsin

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A court case has some voters with disabilities worried that they will not be able to rely on family or caretakers for help casting a vote without breaking the law, despite federal protections.

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